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Library carnival celebrates summer readers' volume
They spent all summer reading. On Wednesday, families who participated in the county library's summer reading program enjoyed a carnival to celebrate their prolific appetite for books.
Former Dragon hoopster works in STL's group ticket sales
Every day, Spenser Maxwell goes to work for the second-most successful franchise in the history of Major League Baseball.
WANE-TV Fort Wayne
Indiana man's lily garden features 750 varieties
Every night, just as the sun is going down, Chuck Conover sits in a chair on what he calls his perch, high above his two-acre backyard.
New Palestine resident enjoys tending to natural beauty on his property and sharing it with others
Chuck Conover said when he was working, day lilies were a hobby. Now that he is retired, "it's become my addiction," he said.
8th in point standings
From the time he was 5-years-old, Kyle has been driving go-kart and midget race cars.
Inter Press Service
New Palestinian World Heritage Site Under Threat of Defacement
The village's agricultural terraces covering the surrounding hill slopes, and the spring water-fed open irrigation channels that run through them, have been in use for centuries.
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'Toilet Slave' taken into custody
A former Hoosier who faces felony charges over bizarre emails he allegedly sent to two underage Henry County girls -- along with what were purported to be photos and video of his genitalia -- was arrested this week.
Families preparing to welcome international students
The Greene family of New Palestine played host to an exchange student from Italy, Elisa Franzosi .
Ind. man accused of sending lewd photos to girls
HENRY COUNTY, Ind. - "In my 15 years as an Indiana State Trooper, this is by far the most disturbing case that I've ever investigated."
Ringing in the Fourth
New Palestine's C.O. Montgomery has worn a lot of hats in his day teacher and elected official, to name two.
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Angela Ahrendts discusses her transition to Apple
From her humble roots in New Palestine, Indiana she worked her way through the fashion industry, eventually climbing to a position as CEO of Burberry in 2006.